Toadstools are a Sacrophyton species. This variation has green polyps and grows out into a clean inverted umbrella with good structure and curved edges. We have had these in our systems since around 2010.
Lighting: medium – high lighting 150-450 PAR.
Flow: medium – medium high
Care Level: Easy
Original Location Range: Indonesia, Coral Triangle, South Pacific
Grown in our California coral farm where we provide zero impact corals
Water chemistry: Calcium 400-450, Magnesium 1350, KH 7-9.5, pH 8.1-8.4, Nitrates .01-10, Phosphates .01-.1 salinity 1.026
Temperature Range: 74- 81 Fahrenheit
Good for Low tech systems
Trouble shooting: Most leather corals will develop a smooth skin every so often to shed off unwanted algae or pest from their surface. All the polyps will retract for a few days. I have seen them retracted for over a week at times depending on what is bothering them.